My neighbors have been allowing her dogs to run loose in the area behind her condo which is a wooded area. They access this area because there is gate for workers to go into.
Our Association had notices stating: " all dogs are to be held in the freight elevator to elevate the problem of dogs urinating on the elevator floor."
I live in a 55 and older Senior Condo community. Recently there has been a couple of problems with residents walking there dogs on extension leashes
Pet problems at New Hampshire condo complex
Our condominium rules clearly specify the areas where residents are permitted to walk their pets.
We have a one dog rule. A recent owner met with the board and said she understood our condo doc and she said she had one dog.
I am a condo owner. Problem: rules, regs and bylaws/violations. Per bylaws state: All domesticated dogs and cats have to be leashed or left inside condo.
I'm an HOA Manager SoCal. The Board comments that most people in the community keep their dogs in the garage over night.
When I bought my condo 20 years ago, dogs were allowed on certain floors (i.e., 3 - 7), with no fees.
What is the best way to handle owners who have a cat, and another who has a dog with a letter from a doctor stating she needs the animal for a non-specified medical reason?